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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
2/5
Airport '77 (1977)
Please ground all future Airport movies. The first was fine, and enough.
Posted Feb 23, 2008
2
3/5
Odd yet fun comedy-fantasy starring Peter Sellers and Ringo Starr.
Posted Feb 23, 2008
3
5/5
Very underrated Julie Andrews musical, a cult favorite for many, including myself.
Posted Feb 23, 2008
4
3/5
Thought provoking, at very least, John Lennon starrer.
Posted Feb 23, 2008
5
5/5
Funny, revealing (about WWII humor) farce w/Cary Grant.
Posted Feb 23, 2008
6
5/5
Dodge City (1939)
Top line Warners western w/heroic Errol Flynn's guns blazin'!
Posted Feb 23, 2008
7
5/5
Engaging, at times vicious drama w/Lancaster as acidic gossip monger, Curtis fine as wimpy sidekick.
Posted Feb 23, 2008
8
3/5
Mediocre Eddie Murphy comedy looks very dated now.
Posted Feb 23, 2008
9
3/5
Interesting premise and execution with various Hollywood icons depicted.
Posted Feb 23, 2008
10
3/5
OK Van Peebles flick featuring Snipes.
Posted Feb 23, 2008
11
2/5
Does Jason ever die? On with the franchsie.
Posted Feb 23, 2008
12
4/5
The Enforcer (1951)
Fine latter day Bogie (1950), and the title says it all.
Posted Feb 23, 2008
13
5/5
Handsome production based on oft-told Wyatt Earp confrontation...Lancaster and Douglas are outstanding.
Posted Feb 22, 2008
14
5/5
Gorgeously filmed (by Frank Borzage) film featuring Gaynor and Farrell.
Posted Feb 22, 2008
15
4/5
Definitely a sci-fi classic from the 1950s...great George Pal effects.
Posted Feb 22, 2008
16
4/5
Unique western w/Union and Confederate adversaries Holden and Widmark stealing show.
Posted Feb 22, 2008
17
5/5
Classic Con Sternberg drama which made Dietrich a superstar.
Posted Feb 22, 2008
18
4/5
Kirk Douglas is fine as legendary Israeli leader. Nice guest stars (John Wayne, etc.).
Posted Feb 22, 2008
19
2/5
Sixties fluff and bikini bounce featuring Annette and Frankie.
Posted Feb 22, 2008
20
3/5
Jerry Lewis plays baby sitter in this knockabout Frank Tashlin comedy.
Posted Feb 22, 2008
21
5/5
The Lady Eve (1941)
Top of the line Preston Sturges with wonderful Barbara Stanwyck and surprisingly funny Henry Fonda.
Posted Feb 22, 2008
22
3/5
Just Cause (1995)
Good crime flick with strength in casting of Sean Connery.
Posted Feb 22, 2008
23
3/5
OK light comedy, directed by and starring Alan Alda, about filming of movie in small town.
Posted Feb 22, 2008
24
2/5
Strange Brew (1983)
Clunky booze comedy based on popular Canadian air heads.
Posted Feb 22, 2008
25
3/5
A little bit of Carrey goes a long, long way--and this Ace Ventura comedy goes on for too, too long.
Posted Feb 22, 2008
26
5/5
Maybe the best of Hitchcock's early, pre-USA productions.
Posted Feb 22, 2008
27
5/5
Moonstruck (1987)
Cher and Cage are very fine in this romantic comedy directed by Norman Jewison.
Posted Feb 22, 2008
28
4/5
Jingoistic, flag waving John Wayne action, circa 1942.
Posted Feb 22, 2008
29
4/5
Intriguing TV-movie w/lizard-aliens trying to take over the world.
Posted Feb 22, 2008
30
4/5
Funny, at times hilarious, collection of Mr. Bean's best shorts.
Posted Feb 22, 2008
31
3/5
Chino (1977)
John Sturges-directed actioner featuring Charles Bronson, as tough as ever.
Posted Feb 22, 2008
32
3/5
Short Cuts (1993)
Not prime Altman, but weaves an interesting path due to many sub-plots.
Posted Feb 22, 2008
33
4/5
One of string of above average Wiliam Powell-Myrna Loy crime-comedies...and a joy.
Posted Feb 22, 2008
34
3/5
Has its share of creeps, but noteworthy for its early 2-strip Technicolor.
Posted Feb 22, 2008
35
1/5
Unfortunate that the two met.
Posted Feb 22, 2008
36
5/5
Fine generational drama-tragedy which helped give James Dean movie immortality.
Posted Feb 22, 2008
37
5/5
Strong cast (Newman, Page) in deeply dramatic Williams drama.
Posted Feb 22, 2008
38
4/5
Peter Pan (1924)
A lost treasure of the silent era starring Betty Bronson.
Posted Feb 22, 2008
39
5/5
Moving, memorable, great Warner Bros. biography of WWI hero York, with fine Cooper performance--an Oscar winner.
Posted Feb 22, 2008
40
1/5
Just our bad 4-leaf-clover luck--another "Leprechaun" horror flick.
Posted Feb 21, 2008
41
3/5
High camp horrorfest starring Vincent Price and Christopher Lee.
Posted Feb 21, 2008
42
2/5
The 4D Man (1959)
Below mediocre sci-fi nonsense, slow paced to boot.
Posted Feb 21, 2008
43
1/5
Leprechaun 3 (1995)
If "Leprechaun" 1 and 2 are clunky, why expect this one to be even as good? It isn't.
Posted Feb 21, 2008
44
5/5
Like most series TV shows, this first season is the best.
Posted Feb 21, 2008
45
3/5
Harry & Son (1984)
OK pairing of Paul Newman and Robby Benson in domestic drama.
Posted Feb 21, 2008
46
5/5
In my book, THE best of the "Pink Panthers"; Sellers is quite hilarious.
Posted Feb 21, 2008
47
4/5
Definite "Star Wars" influenced, this trailer park adventure takes off, succeeds on own.
Posted Feb 21, 2008
48
5/5
Peter Lorre in one of his best, and one of director Robert Florey's visual and psychological best.
Posted Feb 21, 2008
49
1/5
Based on lame book about sexual experimentation, the movie fares about as well.
Posted Feb 21, 2008
50
3/5
More a historic reference than a sustained comedy, but it does have Doris Day and great cast.
Posted Feb 21, 2008